sci-tech mags-go digital and save

April 16, 2007 2:22am CST
Subscribing to foriegn science magazines from India is very expensive. In addition copies can get lost in mail. Only solution downloadable digital editions. Not only can articles from any such magazinesbe read on their websites for free, their digital editions are much cheaper than their printed editions. For instnce, the British weekly New Scientist `$51 for an annual digital subscription but $218 for the print edition. Technology Review by the MIT costs $28 for the digital edition versus $50 for the print. For Scientific american its $40 and $55. Many current topics from the Sycology Today and the National Geographic magazines, can be read free at their websites (Do a Google Search using magazine titles in each case). And a free weekly read to kep your tech edge sharp is Walt Mossbergs "Personal Technology" column in the wall street journal site But paying for a digital edition automatically downloads the current edition on your PC, and lets access archival articles in back issues too. Digital subscription not only implies to science and technology mags but also to health and other topics also. One best bonus digital edition saves you 100% shelf space.
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@kathy77 (7487)
• Australia
16 Apr 07
Oh yes I bet that they are expensive to subscribe to, so I think in India that it would be best to download a digital edition seeing that they are getting lost or even stolen in the mail. Wow that is a lot of difference in the price isn't it especially if it gets lost and you don't even have the chance to read the magazine. Well this is true as well in regards to the shelf space and you would not require this at all as everything would be on your computer.
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@Lydia1901 (16353)
• United States
21 Apr 07
Well, that is so good to know. I did not know that before. That is just so interesting. Thanks for sharing this.